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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Swift View Controllers and Views Introduction to View Controllers

How do can I get a referencing outlet on label in main.storyboard when I have Xcode 8.3.2?

The video shows to reference outlet and put it into the code you should right click on the label and it comes up with some features you can click and one of them is the referencing outlet, and he just dragged it over into the code?

I can't even get the option up by right clicking as it isn't working??

1 Answer

Try pressing the control button whilst right or left-clicking. If that doesn't work, press control and drag the lien to where you want to put the statement. If none of those work, maybe restart Xcode?

Thank you, yes this worked perfectly

No problem :)